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Croydon Baptist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

Croydon Baptist Church. Cro ydon baptists church, . 1? - vcry ipl asant little gathering was held at t~i - Mrechanics' Inst itute, Croydon, on -Thursday even ing 22nd inst., a fair number of membcrs and friends being presenl The meeting was arranged to wat .ome and officially recognise the Re. T. H. Holloway, who hhs recently finihed hilis college course and bcc.i sot apart for tihe ministry. Tlio chair was occupie.d y'Ir HIembrow, one. E se deacons; .whio explained the o" act'of the--meeting. :He thbat cal upo n the-secretary, Mr Claytonl, :t , .elcome Mrr IHolloway -.and " his" :nto their midst:. :IMr Holloway fcc inigly responded, a.nd expressed a desire that- bot: he and :.his ~i' 'would: be the means of- bringring jcy and gladness into. many hearts. T:.e proceedings were interspersed w:th hymns .Refreshmnents were served by the' ladies; and lt the close taf the meeting it wns decided that the first anniversary be celebrated" on March Ist-by t`wo services, morning andtv ening, i...

MARKETS. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

MARKETS. "WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. Wheat.-The market has been steady at 3/5; to 3/6, and a fair business has been done at 3/6 for parcels. Flour.-A small business has been done for export. The association price for new flour is £8/10/ delivered. Bran and Pollard-The association price for bran is £4/10/ delivered, and that for pollard £4/15/. Barley.--Really prime Chevalier mal ting is quoted at 3/6, while a parel a little below this class has realised 3/4. Prime Duckbill is quoted at 3/3 to 3/4. Cape malting is quoted at 2/2 to 2/21, with business at the former figure, while medium Cape ranges from 2/ up wards. Oats.-Prime Algerian milling are quoted at 1/9, ex store for rail. A fair parcel of heavy feed has been sold or shipment to New South Wales a. !,94 f.o.b. The spot quotation for feed ranges from 1/71 to 1/8. ex store or rail according to quality. Maize.-Good to prime flat red is quoted at 4L/ to .1/1 ex store. Peas.-Duns are nominally quoted at up to -/9. C!aff.-Choice green ...

American View of British Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

American View of British Farming. An American, who r.:ently visited England has nothing but praise for the rural scenes, the superb apstures, and high quality stock, both purebred and grade. The hospitality of the people of rural Britain is without bounds, and in siying that the American only en dorses -colonial experience. aving said the nice things, the American gives some praotical criticisms on the meth ods of doing certain kinds of work dn the farm, which do not come up to the American, or even colonial standard. In Lancashire, he saw men raking hay They had a lumbering hay-rake, out of all proportion heavy. Two men were raking. They had two big, heavy horses. They were going tandem.- A big man was riding the first horse, and a second man was driving the second horse. In America, a boy twelve years old with a light horse and a light American sulky rake would do as much as both those big men and big horses would accomplish. In other places he saw gangs of men turning and shaking...

Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. -s Polize Magistrate-January 2-and JO, Fbbruary 27, 1March 27, April ~4, May 22,. June 19, July 17, ?Aug ist 14,, September 11, October 9, Ldvember 6, December 4. Dr Syme, and. Messrs F. B. Lith .ow and W. A. Wharington.--Jan Iaary 16, February 6 and 20, Martch 13, April 3 -and 17, May, 8 mid 29, June 12, July 3 and 24, August 7 ind 28, September 18i -October- 2 and 23, November 13.anid 27, Decem ber '18. Messrs R. T. Kings, J. Rouget, T. iV. Simpson, and J. -Wallace.-Jan nary 9 and 23, February 13, AMarch 3 and 20, April 10, May 1 and -15. June 5 and,26, July 10 and. 31, Au ;ust 21, SelJtember 4 and. 25, "Oct ,ber- 16 and 30, -November 20, De .ember 11. We. will always: be pleased to re ?eive reports of entertainments,, soc ial -engagements, or items of inter .sst from any part of thi .district. Wbler.e we .have no:-regular gorres pond hnt, we will be glad if. somin good friend. would fill t . bireach. We want local news fromn all parts if the distri...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

Auction - Salcs. Note Alteration of Date-!. THURSDAY,. ElMUARY- 12 1914 at 11 o'clock on tobe 6pe "BAR0,OW BY W,'.TOORI. YAPILOCOK by order. of r S C: I-randle: COGIiLL AND I HAUGIHITON will ;old a Clearing Sale' of- lis STOCK; IMPLEMEN''S, -PLANT & SURPI US ? FURU ITU.RE .. Including 14 cows, two calves, Jersey 'Bull, two mares, foal, D. and S.P. Ploughs, cultivator, scan fier, harrows, clhffcutter, separator, spring cart, dray harness, ten to twelve tons hay, tables, chairs;, etc. Also ,at the same time and place will be offered the farm,' comprising 1VBOUT 180 ACRES, with liomestead and usual -outbuildings. The w:ol.e scourely fenced, 90 acres ready for plough, 20 acres h]ea'vily timbered, balance easily cleared. In tlhe'veat of the farm not being sold as a whole, the part Which has been subdivided into week-end a llotments and sinall farms will be offered in 5-ACRE and 1-ACRE. blocks, as 'per plan of Bherroby Es tate. Terms, etc., form the auction .eers,- Coghill ind Hau...

Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

1 . i "? ? "% TRIDAY, JANUARY 30.: 1914. r Notice:-Paragraphsis as,- advertise ) meats: cannot= be inserted unless :paid - for in the usual wa,: The annual balance -lsleet of the Uppeir Yaara Sliri' is" piblisl;ed! in detail in: thiis, issue.: - A:.? t the Lilydale.Shire ccuncil uieet ing on Monday, it '.was resolved, on the motion of Crs- McAlpin rand Daly, that steps br. taken to iform a. Water Trust for Ringwood and Croydon Attention is directed to several important auctioni sales advertised in this issue by Messrs Coghill & IHaughton, particulars of which are well worth perusal. . At the Lilydale court on Friday, Mr 1W. A. Wharington, J,P., on be half of the bench, congratulated Ser geant Ivoy upon his recent promo tion in the service.' Tihe relation ship between the bench and the po r lice had always been of. a cordial b nature, and lie loped it would ever dcontinue so. Sergeant Ivey suitably _ acknowledged the compliment. I ~-- Attention is directed to the re= vised Lu...

Presbyterian S. S. P[?]cnic. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

Presbyterian S. S. P-cnic. On Monday last the Lilydale Pres byterian Sunday School annual pic nic was held on'Mr C. ;Blair's "Mont pellier" property at Mooroolbark. weather in the early morning looked rather threatening, causing, no doubt many of. the juveniles considerable anxiety, lest thery . should be de prived of their outing, but as the morning advanced the heavy looking Iclouds began-to melt away and 'the picnickers were after all favoured with a fine -day. "Montpellier" is an ..ideal spot for a picnic, and the hearty welcome accorded by Mr -O. Blair and Mr and Mrs R. 'Blair was greatly appreciated by all Not only did these good people arrange swings for the children, but they provided inilk and hot water for bv eiybody, and spared no time or tro uble to make the outing enjoyable. The picnickers. were conveyed to Mfooraolbard in a large lorry and a van, kindly lent by Mr J. Hutchinson Visitors were present from Croydon, Yering, and other places, The young people had races ,fo...

Lliydale Rainfall for December. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

livydale Rainfall for December. Date, . Points.,, Dec. 4 5 ... 2 14.. ... 1 15. 5 16 .. 2 23. 67 24 7 26 ... 5 27 . 2 31 .. 7 Total 10.2 . COMPARISONS. Total rainfall, Dec., 1913. ... 102 , '1912. ... 437 Average rainfall, 27 ynrai 314 Rainfall from Januiry lst, 1913 3267 - ,, 1912' 3186 Average annual ri;infall ::,: ... 3402 Days Rain fell 13 ? ....172 ..I -182

[?]MEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

INTERESTS Sobrosine.") lker, sas t' New of the Dai'ly' Tele F Sle att(Ilonll to piti ' ulO ehi t, II tt " nla clod', oron the I l? a rt e .sd ti ,ttlte b,. ribrcs. Samples and ihe stores o, I b ntlh i s ore . a. tihot clijging Sid .-. tre U'ansplarnlt - o crept meteor. It -'al tunLis and still l one layer it, has ' t n c;obsb, Iband "a ill b calledl cob i, called pine clot h o hat silk, .(d hall ..? comeU In all col Ssoi all designs. It a ". s i- ig al yard i1 ' . e it is all lla lnd '. . ola 'trength alt(1 the bad colplexions, aot iO nellon d0 ::: : " 5' " s 'e, a r e d0 lo .i hurridlY ecatill H"" alf the world ifr is n good. But to raally iatre the cour titne to choose the T :nclts them, and to li v t one S, heilat, the diet .,: toff tihe age of the S?building' its body , its strength, and • aint the deterior .:: iodily structure. ,:m,I:In or days gone S tchtronicle of the way - pared their own : .aae de Poitiers, , nin histozy as the . to take ci.!d baths l1. ,ideinoisele Mlars :...

Concert at Wandin. RECREATION GROUND FUND BENEFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

Concert at Wandin; RECREATION GROUND E?UND BENEFITS. The Ladies Bazaar Committee de cided some weeks ago'to hold b con cert on Saturday evening, 24th inst in the Rechtbite Hall, for the pur pose of raising funds for the ;Wan din Recreation Ground. A splendid programme by chiefly - Melbourne performers, who came gra tis, was arranged by the ladies, ,with Cr James 'Wallace as chairman, while Mrs Bilton-Lee and Mrs Wright very capably filled the posi tion of accompanists. Mesdames Johnson, Coghlan, Glynn, Hunter and Mrs Dorgan were the chief or ganisers. The lall, which was nicely dec orated, was crowded, many having to stay outside, a most profitable concert being the result. Each and -every item was given with much credit. The programme was as fol lows:-The first item was an over ture by Mrs Bilton-Lee, of South Yarra, the Policeman's Holiday;; Song, "She was a grand-old lady," Mr Bruce; recitation, "The Ballad of Splendid Silence," Miss Wyne Watkins; Song, "Mountain Lovers'. bMiss 0...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

M Iancheste,; Uinity Inde pendenti Order, of Odd-fellows . Is thf Largest and Richest Friendly. Society in the World. - The Loyal Lilydale Lodge is 'a branich of the above society. It is the ofily society .that 'givc3 10s per week sick ;pay for, continued sick ness -after twelve months until the - member' recovers and is fit to re S ume his employment, and the only society -in- which a member is en titled to £20 funeral money in case of death, and £10 funeral money In case of the death of member's wife, immediately he joins the lodge. Particular attention is called to the above benefits and the reduction of entrance fees,, viz., 16 years to 25 years, from 5s; 25 years to 40 years, from '7s 6d. Besides the above, the benefits are 20s per week for first 6 months, 13s 4d per week for second 6 months, and 10s per week afterwards till the member is fit to r esume- work. The weekly payments are the same as all other Registered Friendly Societies. You .are invited to come and join, and par...

WHEN AND HOW TO FILL THE SILO. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

WHEN AND HOWITO FILL THE SILO. " The quality of silage is determined to a great extent by the condition of the maize when cut aid the care used in tilling the silo. The question of the proper time to out maize and store' in the silo has been much discussed and studied. Experience and careful study of results show that the best silage is made from maize that is cut and put into the silo ab the time the kernel dents and begins to harden. At this stage the maize has practically attained maturity(, and its full maturity is de veloped. This, of course, will de pened to some degree on the kind of maize which is grown. Some varieties of maize dent easier than others, and care should be taken not to let the maize become too dry. Dry maize fodder does not pack and exclude the air as well as that which contains a considerable amount of moisture. It the use of over-dry fodder cannot be avoided, its awsadvantages can be over come, in a measure, by adding water, as the maize is put into the silo...

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. ABOUT PATENT LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

;:'.QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. ABOUT PATENT LAW. How 'long, Mr. Turri, does a pa tent last? "Under .the Commonwealth 'Patents Act 1903, one patent covers the s x Australian States and Papua and one be granted for 14 years (extensible rin der very exceptional circumstances), subject to a renewal fee of £5 at tie end of 7 years. On a fine being ai:d lateness up to one year in paying re newal fee is permissable. When the renewal fee payment is accepted, over due, the court can refuse damages for infringement. committed after the cue date. Application for provisional p o tection is allowable, but not oomup..,iy. Its costs, through a Patent Atton y, four or five guineas, and runs. nane months, or ten if extended. Then the complete application would be neces sary, or the patent application would cease to be in force." In the above words, Mr. G. G. Turri, the well known Melbourne. Pa tent Attorney, gave some information; and as it was seen to be of general in terest, we decided to have it supp...

New Use for Tomatoes [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

INew Use for Tomatoes It is now possible (says a Naples correspondent) to buy a pound of to matoes in a paper bag made from to mato skin and eat them by the light of a lamp burning tomato oil. Hitherto there has been much waste in the conversion of tomatoes into cat sup, paste and soup. The seeds and skinls have been thrown away, but now, after much research in faotories at Naples and Parma, *the by-products are almost as valuable as the fruit it self. In this new process, the residue of seeds and skins is dried in the sun. Then the seeds are crushed in a hy draulic press, when they, yield a lim pid oranige-yellow oil, which, despite ts strong odor of tomatoes, gives .an dorless, bright flame when burned in a lamp. By another process, the skins of to matoes can be so treated as to make a tough quality of wrapping paper. llmo.. Alicne )?schamps, a well known ]'rench sl,ortswoLmaLn, cklcbrate(ld her 84th birthday by taking part n a lawn tennis, .a golf, and a .oruquet match at Le Touq...

TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

STURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") Sprint events predominate at the meeting to be run at Bendigo next week. There are no fewer than four races over a distance of live furlongs, Sand there is no event of a longer dis tance than a mile, except, of course, S the jumping contests. This is the way the breeding of good (') horses is en 1 couraged in these days! The only ex cuse that can be put forth is that the 'meeting has been promoted for charity, and with such a cause in view anything is justified. But surely even at a charity the horse possessed of stamina is entitled to consideration as against the mere "squib" which finds five fur longs the end of its tether. In New South Wales the A.J.C. bars all racing over a lesser distance than six furlongs (except where " two-year-olds are con cerned) aind the same rule might well be adopted on this side of the Murray. One often feels" thankful that the V.R.C. in its wisdom decided some years ago to make two miles the inside limit for" jumping r...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

at .-- - ,e WATER SUPPLY n SIn Conjunction with Water Supply, Drop Us a Line. S We can quote you the Lowest Rates for Water Pipes, )f Taps, Fittings, etc., tested by the Melbourne Metropolitan SBoard of Works; also Water Meters, Hose, and abso Slutely everything you require in connection with water. SCorrugated and Plain Iron, Pumps, Irrigation Fluming, Troughs, Builders' Ironmongery; Rivets, Gasfittings and Piping. SBAT IS--Cast Iron, Enamel, or Sheet Iron. WRITE Thos Warburton, 384 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. SCOTT & ALLEN Who have for many years car ried on a successful business at Yarra Glen as GENERAL STOREKEEPERS beg to intimate to the in-habitants of Lilydale and the surrounding districts, that they have opened a branch business at corner of Main and Clarke Streets, -- LILYDALE- where they trust, by strict at- tention to business, and by supplying the best brands of goods at bed rock- prices, to merit a fair share of local patronage. Kindly test us with a trial order. S...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. MR and MRS W. P. LAWLOR wish to convey their deepest thanks for the letters telegrams, and many other kind expressions of sympathy received in their recent sad bereave- ment. Coldstream, 27/1/14. MR. NODEN AND FAMILY, return sincere thanks to their many kind friends and relations for letters,   cards, telegrams, floral, tributes,   also Dr., Mrs. Short and Rev. Lowe for their kindness in their recent sad bereavement.

Slatey Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 30 January 1914

Slatey Creek. From Our Own Correspondent. Slatey Creek Hall.-About four months ago a few, residents of Slatey Creek and Black Sands had a meet ing to try and get a grant from the Lands Office of a small piece of land at the junction of the Haz eldene and Gilderoy roads, for the purpose of building a hall. A com mittee was formed, secretary ap pointed, and the department was written to .They had no objection to granting it, providing certain formal ities were gone through. Everything so far was going splendidly. Sub scriptions came in freely; the saw millers promised timber; and one Yarra Junction storekeeper gener ously offered to donate all nails required. So well were things going that we were discussing what form of entertainment the opening night at Christmas would take. Alas! we reckoned without the red tape. The secretary has lost over a stone in weight trying to find out where the stoppage is, but without success. However, we are still living in hopes, to get the final word t...

SILVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

SILVAN. -0- S(rom our: own correspondent) The annual meeting of th?i~ 'ech uiaiics z?Iistitute was held last. week The following committee was elected Messrs E,' Mattingly' (chairmain) ; T. Spencer, secretary; E.- Briggs, treas.; G Clarke, .G. Briggs, - .HIlenderson and J Low. The Institut:. intirely free-: of debt with the (zxexption pf a' small amount for Lux Lights. The monthly Progness association fitture was'held Saturday night, and a satisfactory amount 'of business was transacted. The annual meeting takes place on. February. 28th,; 'ut arrangements are being made for j concert and social one the ?27th inst. Mr: EdwardGreen ,bettei known ps "Ned' 'Green, ddied in the MIelbourne Iospital- a fortnight ago, aged 76G Mr: GCreen ,a resident -for about bO yeairs, was respected for his genuine uprightness :, The site for the Anglican 'church is being cleared by vorking bees of members and adherents.; .afternoon tea supplied by the ladies.

COUNCIL AND ROADS ABOARD To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Lilydale Express and Yarra Glen, Wandin Yallock, Upper Yarra, Healesville and Ringwood Chronicle — 6 February 1914

COUNCIL AND ROADS .!BOARD -o To. the. Editor. Sir,-A. paragraph in the 'Argus' of 30th ult; states that :our st.~m: councillors twto much can.cerned- at the autocratic demeanour of the Road Bohard in letting a large (con tract without properly consulting them; in other words not rawaiting the slow, very slow, and [aesitating co-operation of the Shire. We, .1 .our turn, are also much poncerned, but .at the neglect by pur docal coun eil to instruct their engineer t~o sup supply the Board with the necessary particulars regarding Monbulk Road MIr Sinclair lias been 5 !weeks. in office, yet we look iin ain -.through the ."Express report of last bcouncil meeting for any mention of this most important matter. The valu ations of the Shire rate have, beeni raised -,yet nothing is done !upon the Main road. Mr Paul's sweet pnd elo quent smile dces not compensate 'us We .cannot divest ourselves of phe impression that councillors, in their attitude to the Board, have shown a somewhat mean and hL...

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